Former Jordan, Stewart and Jaguar Formula 1 technical director Gary Anderson reviews the Japanese Grand Prix in the latest Autosport Podcast.
As well as delving into how Valtteri Bottas won the race, Anderson explains why Sebastian Vettel's 'jump start' wasn't punished and what Ferrari's pace at a downforce-dependent circuit tells us about the team's progress.
Charles Leclerc's decision to ignore an instruction to pit and stay out, which led to part of his front wing coming off and contributed to a post-race penalty, is also analysed.
The other incident that led to Leclerc earning a total of a 15 seconds being added to his race time, his collision with Max Verstappen at the start, is examined too.
While it wasn't Verstappen's fault, Anderson suggests it might reveal something of the frustration the Red Bull driver is feeling during a difficult run.
The circumstances that led to the race being called a lap early, saving Sergio Perez's points finish, are also delved into - with parallels drawn with Jordan's win at Interlagos in 2003.
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